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“Rap producers hailing from Memphis are largely known for bass-filled, dark-sounding, buck beats perfect for gangsta walking or jookin’ to, but they're not recognized for being influenced by famous composers like Ludwig van Beethoven and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. However, Christopher “Drumma Boy” Gholson was influenced by the aforementioned historical composers. The beat craftsman behind billboard-dominating hits like “No Hands” by Waka Flocka featuring Roscoe Dash and Wale, Young Jeezy's "Put On" featuring Kanye West, and "Lose My Mind" featuring Plies, Drumma Boy has been creating hits for years. Aside from Jeezy and Waka, the Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum producer has laid tracks for Usher, Chris Brown, Rick Ross, Wiz Khalifa, Yo Gotti, T.I., and Lil' Wayne just to name a few. Welcome To My City Vol. 3 available now! [Livemixtapes] http://www.livemixtapes.com/mixtapes/28592/welcome-to-my-city-3.html”
“ATLANTA, GA (Dec. 6, 2013) -- Celebrity music producer and musician Drumma Boy reveals his latest project – a striking original film score for the indie Blood First (http://www.bloodfirstthemovie.com/Home_Page.php) (NaRa Films). The official trailer for the highly anticipated film was released today, giving viewers a sneak peek at the gripping story of two brothers coming of age in what MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow has called “America’s most dangerous neighborhood.” Blood First features jaw-dropping portrayals of the unspeakable violence and crime that occurs every day in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, brought to life by actors Edwin Lee Gibson, Aki Jamal, andCarter Redwood.”
“When it comes to Memphis and Hip-Hop music, there have been a host of artists from the city to have commercial success. From Three Six Mafia with Juicy J and DJ Paul, to 8 Ball & MJG, to Project Pat, to the newly signed Yo Gotti, Memphis has a rich tradition of Southern Hip-Hop that continues on today. Nevertheless, you can’t talk about Memphis Hip-Hop without mentioning the classically trained and multi-platinum producer Drumma Boy, born Christopher James Gholson, who once attended the University of Memphis as a Music Business Major.”
“(AllHipHop News) Memphis hit-maker, Drumma Boy, is set to release the sequel to his 2009 Welcome II My City mixtape on March 30. The 16-track project features guests such as Three Six Mafia’s Juicy J and DJ Paul, Gangsta Boo, Beanie Sigel, 8Ball & MJG, Junior Reid, and more. Established artists aren’t the only ones receiving the spotlight on this mixtape as Drumma Boy showcases newer talents like Future, Allie Baby, and seven-year-old rapper, Lil Peanut. Drumma Boy also brings West Coast producer Mars (Game, T.I., Chris Brown) aboard for the “Where We Come From” track, which also features reggae dancehall legend, Junior Reid. In addition, Drumma Boy will be performing at the 9th Annual Southern Entertainment Awards where he and his Drum Squad crew are nominated in several categories.”
“Drumma Boy is a Southern rap producer based in Atlanta, GA, whose credits include collaborations with many of the most popular rappers in the South, most notably T.I. and Read More”